Receiving Dental Implants To Support Prosthetics

How can dental implants change a person’s experience with their dental prosthetic? There are advantages to this approach to prosthetic work you can enjoy every day, as well as long-term benefits. A dental implant is put in position to act in support of your restoration. This small post,inserted into your jawbone, locks a replacement tooth into position. Because implants are made from biocompatible titanium, your bone will fuse to it, making it remarkably secure. Depending on the complexity of your case, you may be able to arrange to have your implant placement and restoration done at your dentist’s office.

Can I Receive My Dental Implants In The Office?

Your dentist may be able to provide your implant placement at the office, but this will be based on your condition, and the complexity of your placement. If your case does need to be referred to a specialist, your dentist can put you in contact with a trusted oral surgeon.

Having Your Restoration Secured To Your Implant

The restoration secured to your implant will offer cosmetic and functional benefits. By using a life-like prosthetic, your dentist can see to it that your smile appears natural after you have addressed tooth loss. The durability of your restoration will make it possible for you to comfortably bite and chew.

You Can Enjoy Long-Term Benefits From Dental Implants

With increased confidence, and the ability to bite and chew food without issue, your daily life can be improved by implant-supported prosthetics. There is also a long-term advantage, as your dental implant can help you avoid troubles with your jawbone. A deterioration of the jaw has been a frustrating problem for patients who have experienced tooth loss. Fortunately, your implant can create stimulation that helps keep the bone healthy.

Talk To Hillsview Dental About Receiving Dental Implants

At Hillsview Dental, you can discuss having dental implants placed, to improve your experience with prosthetic dental care. Our practice is proud to provide this beneficial approach to prosthetic work for our patients dealing with tooth loss. If you would like to schedule a consultation with Dr. Brian G. Criss, call Hillsview Dental today at 605-342-6652.